It is much more probable that you hit virtual memory limit. OpenVZ is this
what you use? Then I would consider vmguarpages parameter:
There is no need for debug log in this case, sorry.
And I think there is currently no way to estimate required memory amount,
except trial-and-error method.
> Thank you so much for the comments. It seems that it was hitting two
limits in the virtual server config (my mistake - I had forgotten it was
running in a virutal server): dgramrcvbuf and Tcprcvbuf limits. The
error message was a bit misleading, but I'm not sure why.
> Is there a smart way to figure out how big to set these, apart from
> "Valery Kholodkov" <valery+MyDNS@...> wrote:
>> > 3. is http://mydns.grid.net.ru/mydns-1.2.4.tar.gz official?
>> Depends on what stands for "official". It is official from the point of
view of people who wanted to develop mydns further, but it is not from
> Do we know Don Moore's plans? Are there plans to adopt the project?
Does anyone stand by the mydns-1.2.4.tar.gz enough to GPG-sign it?
Should I ask debian to update from 1.1.0 to 1.2.4, or to start a new
package as mydns-ng or some such?
> Sorry for all the questions - I like mydns and I want its users to have
the best version available in the long term.
> Thanks again,